Making your own prearranged cemetery and funeral services will give peace of mind to your family. At Hope Cemetery in Ottawa, we can help you arrange all the requirements in one convenient place. This will avoid undesired stress to your relatives, making the funeral arrangements simple and effortless for the family.
Among the steps to take, you will need to meet with our counsellor in order to identify your needs. You will then complete a purchase contract prior to the burial. This includes the purchase and maintenance of a grave, reserved for a full casket or ashes. The burial can take place in a traditional lot, columbarium or mausoleum.
The prearranged cemetery services include a funeral service to be provided at the time of death, such as the purchase of goods (urn, monument) and services (transport, cremation). To plan ahead and protect the people you love, contact us to book a consultation.
A funeral service is a celebration and memorial of life. It provides an opportunity for loved ones of the deceased to gather together and celebrate life.
Helps to acknowledge that someone we love has died.
Offers continuity and hope for the living.
Provides a support system for grieving family and friends.
Allows us to reflect on the meaning of life and death.
Get in touch with us if you have questions regarding our funeral and cremation services in Ottawa, please feel free to contact us.
It may be difficult to plan your funeral, but making funeral preparations ahead of time can give your family peace of mind.
Learn the benefits of a pre-planned funeral:
Reduce the strain on your family: Funeral pre-planning can ease the financial load on family members while also protecting your family from having to make difficult decisions during an emotional time.
Make a list of your final requests: Planning early allows you to customize your ultimate send-off and share your last desires with your family. It also guarantees that you receive the funeral you desire.
Spend less money: Prepaying for a funeral might help you and your family save money by lowering costs. Funeral fees paid in advance might also help you get the most out of your insurance.
Consider the most memorable funerals you've ever been to. What made them special? Did they provide any solace to the survivors? Consider your vision as well. Would you prefer a solemn ceremony or a lively celebration to be remembered by? Keep these items in mind as you plan the service arrangements:
Consider your budget: How much you should leave behind to your family members to complete the final arrangements.
Consider opening a joint account: Ease the burden on your family by opening an account with a loved one to make financial decisions.
Decide on your final resting arrangements: Cremation or traditional burial? These options need to be discussed.
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